Title: Fine Artist, Sculptor, Painter, Chief Executive Officer
Company: Lisa Jennings
Location: Nashville, TN
Nashville, TN, September 17, 2014, Lisa A. Jennings, Fine Artist, Sculptor, Painter, and Chief Executive Officer at Lisa Jennings, has been recognized by Elite American Artists for dedication, achievements and leadership in painting and sculpture. Continue reading
Title: Vocal Artist
Company: Victoria Murphy Enterprises
Location: Cold Spring Harbor, NY
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, June 13, 2014, Victoria Murphy, Vocal Artist for Victoria Murphy Enterprises, has been recognized by Elite American Artists for dedication, achievements and leadership in music and the performing arts. Continue reading
Title: Owner, President
Company: R.R.L. Fine Art
Location: New York, N.Y.
New York, NY, June 11, 2014, Katie Rose Littlejohn, Owner and President of R.R.L. Fine Art, has been recognized by Elite American Artists for dedication, achievement and leadership in selling fine art. Continue reading
Company: Dancing Tree Arts
Location: Washington D.C.
Washington D.C., May 21, 2014, Leni Berliner, Artist for Dancing Tree Arts, had been recognized by Elite American Artists for dedication, achievements and leadership in painting. Continue reading
Title: Freelance Artist
Company: Foley Studios
Location: San Jose, CA
SAN JOSE, CA, January 22, 2014, Seth Foley, Freelance Artist at Foley Studios, has been recognized by Elite American Artists for dedication, achievements and leadership in illustration and graphic art. Continue Reading
Company: Studio A
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
GRAND RAPIDS, MI, February 4, 2014, Mike Kelley, Artist at Studio A, has been recognized by Elite American Artists for dedication, achievements and leadership in graphic design. Continue Reading
Title: 1) Sole Proprietor, Director 2) Independent Music Businesswoman 3) Orchestra Teacher
Company: 1) Community Chamber Orchestra LLC 2) Self-Employed 3) Flint Hills Christian School
Location: Morganville, KS
Dr. Anne Clark is a highly regarded and talented individual who has dedicated her life to creating, playing and teaching music. She is a self-employed musician, musical director, and music business sole proprietor who takes ideas from her imagination and turns them into something spectacular and new. Dr. Clark’s accomplishments range far and wide, and include performing the Kodaly Sonata for Solo Cello from memory twice, authoring scripts, lesson plans, original songs and scores, creating string programs in two different communities, Junction City/Ft. Riley and Green, Kan., and earning a grant for “Ducktails” through the Puffin Foundation Ltd, and grants from Kansas Arts Foundation and Rislov Foundation. She believes that one of her greatest achievements has been touching the lives of countless aspiring musicians by directing the Community Chamber Orchestra LLC since 1997. The Community Chamber Orchestra LLC is the only community based orchestra in the nation that uses a business model with payroll for the musicians, regardless of their technical level. Dr. Clark and the orchestra conduct music performances that incorporate history, dance, drama, photography, puppetry, and music appreciation. Aside from the time she dedicates to the orchestra, Dr. Clark also works with individuals and groups who want to learn how to play the cello or string instruments. She gives private lessons to children and adults, from preschoolers to senior citizens, and gives weekly class string lessons to students. Dr. Clark considers it an obligation and a privilege to develop and share the gifts that God has entrusted to her. Despite the struggle to earn wages in her profession, she has always experienced pure delight in performing the cello and encouraging others to be involved in artistic creativity throughout their lives. Dr. Clark earned a Doctor of Musical Arts in cello performance at The University of Texas at Austin, a Master of Music in music education, with a concentration in cello performance, at SIUE, and a Bachelor of Arts in English at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Dr. Clark looks to continue using her talents to assist her daughter, who is a singer and songwriter, in becoming successful.
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Company: Something Native
Location: Port Angeles, WA
Linda M. Wiechman always had an interest in art and has been working in the field for 25 years. Ms. Wiechman has extensive experience in Native American art and artifacts and lends her talents to Something Native, a nonprofit organization that is owned by Ms. Wiechman and sells Native American art. A creative spirit with boundless artistic talent, she makes creative native carvings, paints, weaves baskets, gathers fossils, creates handmade button blankets, and teaches Native American jewelry and fabric weaving. She also creates artwork for ARAMARK, as well as the Elwha S’Klallam tribe. Ms. Wiechman believes the best part of her job is being able to work with a diverse group of people and teach others. She attributes her success to her naturally artistic personality and her skills as an artist. In the coming years, Ms. Wiechman hopes to become recognized as a master of American Indian artistry, specifically for her contributions to the Elwha S’Klallam tribe.